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  • Tanzania Oil & Gas Q1 2020

    ... and fiscal environment continues to hamper investment interest in the country. Extendeddelays to an investment decision on the country's planned onshore LNG export project continues to be the most significant setbackfor the country's upstream sector. Read More

  • Colombia Power Q1 2020

    ... 2028. This, in conjunction withits robust but stagnant thermal power sector and growing electricity trading capacity, will buffer the market from deficits duringdrought-induced reductions in hydropower generation. However, despite rapid growth in non-hydropower renewables capacity, ... Read More

  • Angola Mining Q1 2020

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  • Egypt Renewables Q1 2020

    ... solar and wind power capacity. The reduction ofenergy subsidies and rapid electricity consumption growth will continue to improve non-hydropower renewables' profitability,which, in conjunction with falling solar and wind power equipment costs, will maintain the market's ... Read More

  • Tanzania Power Q1 2020

    ... invest in other large-scaleprojects. As a result, we expect that private sector investment will drive growth in the industry after the completion of the RusumoFalls and Kikagati hydropower projects, the majority of which will be ... Read More

  • Thailand Oil & Gas Q1 2020

    ... oil and gas reserves progress at a gradual pace. Despite positive upstream reformsundertaken to date, signs of growing resource nationalism, next to the growing investment burden on state-owned PTT remains aconcern. The domestic market is ... Read More

  • Zambia Power Q1 2020

    ... seen significant growth through 2019, and itsnon-hydropower renewables project pipeline has expanded well beyond that of any year before; we expect diversification will belimited due to the ongoing investment in new large-scale hydropower capacity, leaving ... Read More

  • Peru Power Q1 2020

    ... However, project execution slowed in2019 due in large part to its expanding electricity oversupply; causing a number of large-scale projects to be suspended or becomestalled in the pre-construction phases, weighing on overall investor sentiment somewhat. ... Read More

  • Romania Power Q1 2020

    ... constrained, as reflected by the limited number of projects inour database. Recent changes to the regulatory environment, including the establishment of a three-year electricity cap forhousehold prices, and uncertainty over the fate of the country's ... Read More

  • India Power Q1 2020

    ... believe that the T&D segment will have to be akey area of focus - and investment - for the Indian government if Modi's power expansion plan is to be realised. We note that therehas been ... Read More

  • Kuwait Power Q1 2020

    ... Solar power will drive growth in non-hydropower renewables capacity through the coming decade, growing rapidly from a low base but presenting limited opportunitiesfor investment. However, government's rising interest in privatising minority shares in large-scale projects ... Read More

  • Mozambique Power Q1 2020

    ... While plans to develop new coal- and gas-fired capacity willmitigate this risk, we do not yet forecast these projects to come online owing to previous false starts and lack of funding. Plans todevelop interconnection capacity ... Read More

  • Namibia Power Q1 2020

    ... Government plans for new renewables capacity,along with the liberalisation of electricity sales for independent power producers, further underlines this view. At the same time,logistical issues surrounding feedstock and a lack of funding will hamper plans ... Read More

  • South Korea Renewables Q1 2020

    ... plan, with a strong focus and ambitious targets,generating a large number of opportunities within the sector. We forecast relatively strong growth rates with non-hydro renewablescapacity more than doubling between 2018 and 2028 to total 26.1GW, ... Read More

  • Sweden Power Q1 2020

    ... growth will remain marginal,concentrated on small-scale facilities as the country's natural potential is almost entirely developed. At the same time, decliningthermal and nuclear power generation will drive up the need for more rapid power capacity ... Read More

  • Turkmenistan Power Q1 2020

    ... supply stability despite high transmissionand distribution losses. The market remains dominated by state owned utility Turkmenenergo State Electric Energy Corporationwith few opportunities for foreign power companies. Consumption growth has also slowed as subsidies are being ... Read More

  • Uzbekistan Power Q1 2020

    ... be dominant in the power mix,accounting for around 75-78% of total generation. However, we note that efforts to diversify the country's power mix, includingplans to build the country's first nuclear stations and to install 2GW ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Power Q1 2020

    ... new thermal capacity coming online andcomparatively low electricity demand growth - will allow the country to become a net electricity exporter in the medium term.However, we note the considerable downside risk to our forecasts posed ... Read More

  • Kyrgyzstan Power Q1 2020

    ... leave the country vulnerable to electricity deficits during thewinter months. No new large-scale projects will come online owing to a lack of funding, continued delays and multiple cancellations.An inefficient grid network, inaccurate metering and electricity ... Read More

  • Italy Power Q1 2020

    ... will cause electricity deficits in Italy, boosting thedemand for investment in new power generating capacity. While growth in the market will be hindered by weak economicexpansion, Italy's non-hydropower renewables sector will continue to offer opportunities ... Read More

  • Kazakhstan Power Q1 2020

    ... notably in the non-hydro renewables segment. That said, this growthcomes from a low base, and we expect thermal sources to remain the dominant source of their power generation over the comingdecade. The small market size ... Read More

  • Austria Power Q1 2020

    ... developments. Though there are currentlyfew projects in active stages of development, we do expect the pipeline to be strengthened as the country will need to attractinvestment to the power sector to compensate for the removal ... Read More

  • Bangladesh Power Q1 2020

    ... market and ongoing supportfrom international financial institutions. We forecast growth to average 7.0% per annum for electricity capacity between 2020 and2028, and an annual average of 7.6% in electricity consumption and 6.8% in electricity generation ... Read More

  • Finland Power Q1 2020

    ... government's goals to boost the forest industry, will benefit thecountry's biomass and wind sectors over the next decade. At the same time, we expect the role of thermal sources, notably coal, toreduce significantly by 2028. Read More

  • Poland Power Q1 2020

    ... power will rise with greater LNG imports fromthe US, but higher feedstock costs will slow near-to-medium term growth. Non-hydropower renewables growth will speed up,buoyed by regulatory easing, improving cost-competitiveness, EU renewables targets and increasing demand ... Read More

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